Let it be known, New York fans, that in this case it was you who took the first shot.
Garcia remained undefeated, 26-0, with 16 knockouts, and retained his RING, WBA and WBC junior welterweight titles in beating Zab Judah by unanimous decision Saturday night before more than 13,000 at Barclays Center.
Jim Larranaga’s team has had a banner season, but they’ll likely have to beat Duke for a second time this season — this time with Ryan Kelly — to reinforce their potential to go deep in the NCAA Tournament.
Hopkins has constantly defied odds—and he did against Cloud on Saturday night, breaking his own record by becoming the oldest fighter in boxing history to win a major world title.
A report says the New York Islanders have struck a deal to move to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center as early as 2015.
Garcia, 25-0 (16 KOs), made his second successful title defense, while the loss marked the second-straight setback from Garcia for Morales, 52-8 (36).
As the Nets prepared to say goodbye to New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie bid the Brooklyn-bound NBA team good riddance.